Over the last few years, Camden has made great strides in furthering economic growth and fostering a higher quality of life for its residents. Community and business leaders hope to capitalize on that momentum in 2022.
As all industries continue to work through the uncertainty of the pandemic, the education sector consistently finds itself reevaluating and making quick decisions to adjust. The end goal is what is in the best interest of the student, but there isn’t always one route to get there. Richard Phillips, dean of J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, and Nicholas Ladany, president of Oglethorpe University, shared their thoughts with Focus: on the future of higher education and its impact on the economy and community.
3. opens in a new windowBroward juggles economic prosperity, population growth, traffic, land scarcity, and housing affordability
Over the past decade, Broward County has seen a steady increase in its number of residents year-over-year. While this has been objectively positive for the region, questions remain over how the county can continue to sustainably absorb the growth while navigating lingering challenges.
With no end in sight to supply chain disruptions, Orlando is taking the necessary steps to create the facilities needed to produce a vital component for any modern economy: semiconductors.
As business travel waned and sputtered during the COVID-19 pandemic — previously Jacksonville’s bread and butter for bringing in visitors — area officials were quick to overhaul marketing efforts and attract a new type of traveler: leisure.
Home to the world’s first climate-focused commercial bank and a young population, Tampa Bay is poised to lead the United States in an era defined by ESG.